Course Descriptions

TitlePositive Behavior and Instruction Management in SPED

Self-regulatory knowledge and strategies to provide teachers and students with skills to identify manage and monitor their own behavior and the behavior of others across learning settings and social situations is emphasized. A cross section of theories, models, legal and ethical variables relevant to orchestrating learning across K-22 settings where individuals with mild to moderate disabilities are receiving instructional, social, behavioral and transition life-skill services. This includes English Language Learners with concomitant special education needs, student exhibiting traits associated with autism spectrum disorder, other health impaired, traumatic brain injury, learning disabilities and mild to moderate retardation. The use of positive behavioral interventions and functional behavior  analysis will be discussed and students will demonstrate appropriate
skills using these strategies.

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First NameMaya
Last NameKalyanpur